Erase - May I Sin? flac mp3
Band Name Erase (ITA). Album Name May I Sin? Type Album. Music StyleDeathcore. Members owning this album2. 1. Ashes and Sinners. 2. Another Day. 3. No More Life. 4. I Can't Believe in Nothing.
Erase Me is the eighth album by American rock band Underoath. It is their first album in eight years following Ø (Disambiguation) (2010), marking the longest gap between two studio albums in the band's career, and their first one with founding drummer and clean vocalist Aaron Gillespie since Lost in the Sound of Separation (2008). It was recorded in mid-2017 with Matt Squire and mixed by Ken Andrews. The album was released via Fearless Records on April 6, 2018.
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Album Turn the Light On. Erase Lyrics. It washes over me Grabs a hold of me It digs in deep And I can hardly breathe The waves are crashing in The tide has come to pull me back in. It's like the weight of it all It comes from the chain That I can't seem to break And I can't seem to face What I cannot escape. Erase, erase it all Tear down the walls Erase Someone tell me how to chase the dark Erase these thoughts It burns my heart Erase, erase it all. Someone tell me how to chase the dark And turn the light on So turn the light on Turn the light on So turn the light on Turn the light on. So turn the light on Turn the light on Turn the light on Turn the light on.
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Erase may refer to: Data erasure, a method of software-based overwriting that completely destroys all electronic data. Data remanence, the residual representation of data that has been, in some way, nominally erased or removed. Erase (album), a 1994 death metal album by Gorefest. Erase/Rewind", a 1998 pop/rock song by The Cardigans. Deletion (disambiguation). Erased (disambiguation). Eraser (disambiguation).
Erase Me is a full-album experience that feels like a bridge between Underoath’s previous four records and vocalist Spencer Chamberlain’s electronic rock project Sleepwave. Ultimately, Erase Me isn’t the sound of a band attempting to cautiously get its musical feet back; it’s the result of a former heavyweight champion regaining his punching power. Despite taking a slightly different lyrical and musical approach, a band who built their career on connecting with listeners and delivering sonic haymakers are back and as visceral and exciting as ever.